Brookside Farms in Louisville was the site of the wedding and reception of Lindsay Marie DeMaiolo and Vance Howard Samblanet.
The bride's parents are Albert and Ellen DeMaiolo of Salem.
The bridegroom is the son of Thomas and Brenda Samblanet of Homeworth.
Mayor Patricia Fallot of Louisville officiated at the ceremony on Nov. 15.
Approximately 65 guests attended the reception.
The maid of honor was Kaylin Cadile of Salem, the bride's cousin.
Serving as best man was Heath Halter of Homeworth.
Music was provided by HaeSoo Cheon, a former student of the bride, who played the violin as guests entered and she played Pachebel Canon in D Minor as the bride walked down the aisle.
The bride's wore an elegant vintage dress with lace and iridescent sequins and pearls, slight off-the-shoulder lace straps, V-back, handmade satin/shimmer taupe sash made by the bride's mother.
Her bouquet was handmade by the bride's mother with a mixture of tangerine and lime green canna lilies, cream and orange tiger lilies, mums and fall twigs.
The couple honeymooned in Hocking Hills for two days.
The bride received a bachelor's of science in education and bachelor's of arts in communications from Youngstown State University. She is employed as a marketing/communication specialist for Mahoning County Education Service Center in Boardman.
The bridegroom earned a stationary engineering degree from Stark State. He is the owner/operator of VHS Livestock Hauling of Louisville where the couple resides.